I see you have historical professors that shop at your store.
he's probably just referencing the fact that the movie is different from the book but taken out of context it does sound funny to here somebody say that out loud.
Most ill conceived adaptation of a book EVER.
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I gather he knows this first-hand...?
Wait... Which parts?
"...and ninja turtles are not from space! fuck you michael bay!"
Shouldn't this have an "It's true" tag?
As a resident of Springfield, IL, I can confirm that ALVH is 100% factually accurate. Except he had more than one son. Duh. Everyone knows that.
Yeah everyone knows that Abe Lincoln actually fought zombies. That vampire stuff is all made up.
Fan of The Asylum pictures are we?
In Springfield you can not only rub Lincoln's big brass nose, you can see his tomb, his church pew, his old office, and where he buried the vampires (it's right behind the old Cozy Dog location.
Ninja turtles don't have nostrils. How many times are we gonna have to do this?RE:http://ourvaluedcustomers.blogspot.com/2011/12/to-his-girlfriend.html
abe lincoln killed vampires with stakes through the heart that he called "lincoln logs". true story.
Jason, Sir, you win. I almost spit from laughter when I read your comment aloud to my wife.
That's just unpatriotic.
Emancipation Proclamation, Thirteenth Amendment, leading the union through the American Civil War, the Gettysburg Address, etc. etc.And I'm an irishman. Does it bother any of you US readers as much, that when your fellow American nerds think of one of your greatest statesmen, that their first automatic thought might actually be "Oh yeah, he wuz da wun dat hunted vampires HUURRRR"?
Seriously. The idea that Abraham Lincoln's life wasn't interesting enough without adding vampires to the mix.
This obviously deserves an "ORLY?"
"Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" is the worst thing to ever happen to President Lincoln in a theater.-stolen from some twitter feed I don't recall. But it's true.
I like the way you drew the Ninja Turtle on his shirt to look like a Valued Customer. :-)